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Military schools offer an outstanding environment for highly-qualified educators. The 17 career opportunities listed are provided as a courtesy to AMCSUS member schools and any future or potential employees of these schools. All posting announcements have been constructed by the individual school, and content is never altered without the consent of the posting institution.


Upper School Social Studies Teacher - Virginia

Fork Union Military Academy seeks to hire an Upper School Social Studies teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. Successful candidates will hold a BS or BA from an accredited college or university, and possess appropriate content knowledge. Applicants holding advanced degrees and qualified to teach Advanced Placement or Dual Enrollment courses will be given preference. Typical course load will include US History and US Government. This position requires supervisory duties outside the classroom which may be filled through coaching or sponsoring other activities as assigned. Debate Team experience a plus. Though not required for consideration, preference will be given to candidates possessing teacher licensure and classroom experience.

Apply: To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to HR@fuma.org


Deputy Commandant - Virginia

The Deputy Commandants of Cadets report to the Commandant and are responsible for providing leadership and oversight to a full time Corps of Cadets. The Corps of Cadets was established in 1872.

The Virginia Tech 1,000 plus member Corps of Cadets offers student cadets invaluable opportunities for superior leadership training and individual and career development. Virginia Tech is the first land-grant university in the nation to combine the leader development curriculum of a Corps experience with academic coursework in leadership to award a minor in leadership studies.

Virginia Tech is a public land-grant university, committed to teaching and learning, research, and outreach to the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation, and the world. Building on its motto of Ut Prosim (that I may serve), Virginia Tech is dedicated to InclusiveVT—serving in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellence. We seek candidates who adopt and practice the Principles of Community, which are fundamental to our on-going efforts to increase access and inclusion, and to create a community that nurtures learning and growth for all of its members. Virginia Tech actively seeks a broad spectrum of candidates to join our community in preparing leaders for the world.


Superintendent - New York

Summary:
Planning and Administration

- Approves and administers rules and procedures.
- Presents financial plans and annual budgets to the Board to achieve the objectives of the school.
- Devises the teaching and non-teaching positions needed to implement the school's programs, and selects and employs competent personnel to fill these positions.
- Determines standards and takes appropriate steps to measure and maintain reasonable performance and professional growth among immediate subordinates and, through them, all employees; disciplines those who fail to meet the standards.

Enrollment and Recruitment

- Recommends enrollment objectives with respect to student numbers, character, and quality - and executes programs to achieve them.
- Establishes standards and procedures for student admissions and dismissals.

Fund Raising and Relationship Management

- Advises and assists the Board with respect to fund-raising needs and plans.
- Coordinates fund-raising efforts and events and becomes personally involved in the cultivation and solicitation of major prospects, as needed.
- Encourages meaningful alumni, parent and past parent participation in events that aid and support the goals of the school.

Requirements of Education and Experiences

- Master's Degree or higher preferred.
- Minimum of ten years of previous experience in education administration required.
- Past military service preferred.
- International experiences preferred.

Apply: Barbara O'Rourke, Superintendent's Secretary, borourke@nyma.org, (845) 534-3710 ext. 4227

New York Military Academy is a leading boarding school with a rich history of 130 years. The mission of New York Military Academy is to develop all cadets in academic work, mind, body and character to prepare them for further education and to be effective leaders and responsible citizens.


President - New York

Summary:
Administration

- Develops tactical plans with the help of key members of the management team to achieve the strategic plans approved by Board.
- Works to produce smooth day-to-day internal operation.
- Works to make sure school operation follows all policies and procedures
- Administers efforts that provide sufficient support for student programs.
- Supervises the operation and maintenance of all school facilities.
- Initiates and actively participates in problem solving by using policies, procedures, experience, people, tools and equipment available.

Finance and Funding

- Supports Superintendent to prepare financial plans, budgets, and make sure all departments follow the budgets.
- Monitors the financial records and makes sure all work follows such financial policies and procedures.
- Maintains a system of cost control to foster efficiency consistent with high standards of education and the limitations of the budget.
- Manages a cost-effective system of purchasing, billing, accounting, investing, and insurance.
- Assists the Superintendent with respect to fund-raising needs and plans.

Requirements of Education and Experiences

- Master's Degree or higher preferred.
- Minimum of ten years of previous experiences in education administration and/or other operational capacities.
- Familiar with international operations.
- Contact Information:

Apply: Barbara O'Rourke, Superintendent's Secretary, borourke@nyma.org, (845) 534-3710 ext. 4227

New York Military Academy is a leading boarding school with a rich history of 130 years. The mission of New York Military Academy is to develop all cadets in academic work, mind, body and character to prepare them for further education and to be effective leaders and responsible citizens.


Dean of International Affairs - New York

Summary:
- Provides operational support for the successful implementation of the international strategies
- Promotes the enrollment of international students and be responsible for international students admissions.
- Furthers the International Affairs goals and coordinates support from all aspects. Manages agendas and updates supporting documents
- Designs and implements international programs, this includes summer programs, winter programs.
- Creates, expands, and maintains international partnerships.
- Creates and maintains relationships with international alumni, parents, and students.
- Promotes collaboration and support from international alumni and internationally oriented businesses.
- Increases the international experience for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students
- Facilitates and help the integration of international students into the campus community.
- Serves and supports international programs in all aspects from school side.
- Organizes and maintains all information and documents about the international affairs.

Requirements of Education and Experience

- Master's Degree or higher preferred.
- Minimum of five years of previous experiences in international education affairs required.
- International operations experiences are highly preferred.

Apply: Barbara O'Rourke, Superintendent's Secretary, borourke@nyma.org, (845) 534-3710 ext. 4227

New York Military Academy is a leading boarding school with a rich history of 130 years. The mission of New York Military Academy is to develop all cadets in academic work, mind, body and character to prepare them for further education and to be effective leaders and responsible citizens.


Commandant of Cadets & Senior Army Instructor - California

The North Valley Military Institute is seeking a retired senior officer/flag officer of the United States Army for the position of Commandant of Cadets/Senior Army Instructor.

Summary:
The Commandant of Cadets is the leader of the NVMI Leadership Pillar. S/he is responsible for the operation of the Corps of Cadets, including its administrative and personnel records, training and event planning, supply and logistics management and public relations. The Commandant reports to the Superintendent on matters relating to school policies and procedures, as well as to JROTC 8th Brigade and Cadet Command in matters relating to the operation of the Army JROTC Program.

The commandant is expected to:

- Participate as an active member of the school's administrative team, attending weekly admin meetings and contributing to the effort to achieve the schoolwide mission
- Manage the WASC Goal(s) relating to the leadership and military dimensions of the school and contribute to the broader WASC process
- Attend the Schoolsite Council and ensure a minimum of 12 cadet leaders attend each SSC meeting
- Prepare a monthly report to the NVMI Board of Trustees no less than five school days prior to the meeting. The report includes a summary of activities of the Corps of Cadets in the leadership pillar since the last board meeting, ongoing efforts to enhance the school's leadership development program, upcoming events in the JROTC program locally and in the broader community, and
other issues the Commandant feels should be known to the board
- Visits academic and military classrooms daily (with the Senior NCO) to promote good order and discipline throughout the academic day
- Comply with all applicable JROTC regulations and NVMI Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
- Maintain accurate personnel records for all cadets using online system(s)
- Maintain accurate administrative records according to the Master Battalion Filing System to ensure appropriate records retention
- Supervise NVMI Military staff in the preparation, planning, and presentation of quality instruction aligned with the NVMI curriculum maps for both Leaders of Character (LOC) and Physical Education (PE) courses for all seven grade levels (a total of 14 courses)
- Providing management and oversight of NVMI military staff, including initial and quarterly, as well as end of year written and verbal counselings/evaluations for all adult TAC staff
- Planning and implementing weekly military staff meetings
- Planning and implementing professional development for military staff
- Supervises Senior NCO to ensure accurate daily accountability and proper conduct of AM And pm formations
- Supervises Senior NCO to ensure extremely high levels of compliance with NVMI/JROTC uniform wear and appearance standards
- Supervises Hawk Exchange manager to ensure the HX operations support the broader mission of the school's leadership pillar and are in compliance with NVMI policies and SOPs
- Works with the Dean of Students to promote schoolwide culture of discipline, cooperation, focus on learning, fun/play when appropriate, engagement, teamwork, and esprit de corps
- Works with the Dean of Students and Campus Safety Director and Director of Operations to promote good order during passing periods, breaks, lunch, before school and after school
- Manages entrance camp processes and compliance with the three phases of entrance camp (red, white, and blue phases)
- Mentoring cadet brigade and company staffs in planning and executing the participation of the school unit in all of the following activities as a minimum
- Grade level outdoor education experiences
- Grade 6 drill academy bivouac
- Grade 7 land navigation/orienteering/map reading bivouac
- Grade 8 archery/marksmanship/guard duty bivouac
- Grade 9 first aid bivouac
- Grade 10 survival bivouac
- Grade 11 mountaineering bivouac
- Grade 12 managing other grade level bivouacs
- Drill Competitions, both local and other places in the state/country
- Cadet of Year competitions
- Summer Camp at Camp Pendleton
- Color Guards (managed by Senior NCO)
- Orienteering competitions
- Archery and marksmanship (both .177 cal air rifle and .22 cal smallbore) competitions
- Parades (managed by Senior NCO)
- Dining In/out
- Cadet Ball
- Raider Competition
- Provide for and foster cadet leadership in a leadership laboratory setting on a daily basis for cadets
- Manage federal and school property IAW cadet regulations and school policies
- Maintain accurate inventories, property books, voucher files, and suspense files for supplies on hand at the school
- Promote the notion that the squad leader is the most important person in the chain of command, ensure training through Senior NCO of cadet NCOs, especially squad leaders, and fulfillment of the roles and responsibilities of squad leaders (and by extension platoon sergeants and company first sergeants)
- Plan and implement a civic, public, and military affairs program for the leadership pillar.
- Prepare necessary correspondence in support of unit activities
- Prepare, publish, and file unit orders and permanent orders IAW SOP
- Ensure compliance of all military staff with SOPs relating to or impacting the NVMI military program
- Comply with the provisions of JROTC regulations and NVMI SOP regarding awarding of cadet ribbons and accouterments
- Ensure cadet and adult TAC staff compliance with uniform regulations
- Comply fully with and supervise the military staff in complying with the provisions of applicable NVMI SOP for adult uniform wear
- Manage and encourage cadet promotions IAW NVMI SOP
- Maintain training files, training aids, instructional materials, and instructional support materials
- Assure the security of federal and NVMI property and the Hawk Exchange facilities
- Ensure the safety of cadets at all times when participating in Corps of Cadets activities
- Maintain communication with parents and guardians of cadets, especially as it relates to the progress of their children in the Leadership Pillar
- Assess cadet progress and development in mastering the formal cadet curriculum using approved means
- Comply with and promote the NVMI Code of Ethics and Conduct
- Follow the chain of command and promote cadet discipline, morale, and esprit de corps
- Encourage cadet leadership opportunities and serve as both a role model and mentor to cadet leaders
- Empower cadet leadership while closely monitoring cadets in the process of leading other cadets
- Maintain accurate financial records of monies collected and disbursed as part of Commandant duties
- Ensure proper operation of the Cadet Respect and Honor Council
- Ensure proper compliance with company color day/week operations and activities
- Comply with school policies on student activities, field trips, ASB Finance, etc.
- Participate in professional growth opportunities
- Meet the expectations espoused in the California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTPs)
- Other duties as assigned

Apply: Dr. Mark P. Ryan, Superintendent
North Valley Military Institute
8309 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #295
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Or via email to mryan@novamil.org

The North Valley Military Institute is seeking a retired senior officer/flag officer of the United States Army for the position of Commandant of Cadets/Senior Army Instructor.
The North Valley Military Institute College Preparatory Academy (NVMI) is a grades 6-12 public charter school in Sun Valley, CA (Northeast San Fernando Valley). We serve a wonderful, yet challenging demographic of students, most of whom come to us having experienced trauma in their young lives – trauma from violence in homes and the community, substance abuse, gangs, exploitation, and death to name just a few sources. More than 90% qualify for free and reduced lunch, more than 20% are identified Special Education, half are English learners, and nearly all have experienced significant academic and behavioral failures in previous school settings.

Our vision is simple yet demanding – get every one of our students accepted into a four year college or university and have them ready for college English and math without having to take remedial coursework. Our school is built on four pillars – ACADEMICS that prepare cadets for college; LEADERSHIP which is learned and practiced by leading peers; CITIZENSHIP to become the best human beings possible that treat others with respect, do the right thing, and make our world a better place; and ATHLETICS which promote lifelong habits of wellness (physical, emotional, and psychological).

NVMI is not a boot camp. We use the structure and discipline of a military model to provide an environment with predictable standards and high expectations where every student (called a cadet at NVMI) knows they are loved and cared for both as people and as learners. We believe that every student can learn and will learn if they have enough support to overcome the many obstacles they face.

As a military school, people often assume NVMI cadets will march everywhere, do push-ups on command, and sit in straight rows yelling “yes sir” and “no ma'am” as a matter of habit. Cadets do march and do physical fitness activities and use military courtesy. But academic classrooms at NVMI look and feel like any QUALITY academic classroom in America. Students collaborate regularly in small learning teams that are essential elements of all classes. They are expected to participate in group discussions and occasionally work independently and do silent work. But cadets are expected to be active participants in their learning and teachers expected to create conditions for learning which maximize the likelihood that each cadet masters Common Core State Standards.


Army Instructor - Georgia

Riverside Military Academy is accepting applications for an Army Instructor for the 2019-2020 school year. Qualified applicants must have achieved senior non-commissioned officer status and have Army ROTC certification.

Apply: For more information on Riverside Military Academy and instructions on applying for this position, visit the Career Opportunities page of our website at www.riversidemilitary.com.


Upper School Science Teacher - Virginia

Fork Union Military Academy seeks to hire an Upper School Science Teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. Successful candidates will hold a BS from an accredited college, and possess content knowledge in chemistry or biology. This position requires supervisory duties outside the classroom which may be filled through coaching or sponsoring other activities as assigned. Though not required for consideration, preference will be given to candidates possessing teacher licensure, classroom experience, and advanced degrees.

Apply: To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to HR@fuma.org


Director of International Enrollment - Virginia

Fork Union Military Academy is searching for the Director of International Enrollment. The Director of International Enrollment will strategize and implement all aspects regarding the recruitment and retention of international students at the Academy and will communicate with all relevant administrators while working under the direct supervision of the Director of Admissions. He/she will communicate effectively with parents of prospective, current and former international students to connect them with the respective Academy personnel, while maintaining strong relationships with all constituents. This full-time position requires US citizenship or permanent resident status to fulfill customs and immigration requirements. The candidate must possess a thorough knowledge of applicable immigration policies and visa procedures, serving as the Primary Designated School Official (PDSO) with SEVP, an extension of the US government. Will oversee the I-20 process and all SEVP requirements related to the enrollment of F-1 students prior to, during and after their enrollment at the Academy. Will participate in the process of developing marketing materials. Due to the nature of international recruitment, it is often necessary to work non-traditional hours, including evenings and weekends, in order to facilitate communication with constituents in varying time zones. A bachelor’s degree is required and 3 years minimum experience working with international students and in a boarding school environment is preferred.

Apply: To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to HR@fuma.org


Registered Nurse - Virginia

Fork Union Military Academy is seeking a Registered Nurse to provide direct nursing care to our cadets. As a boarding school, our clinic is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This full-time position currently works two, 25-hour shifts a week, and includes every other weekend. We are seeking qualified candidates with a valid Virginia nursing license (BSN preferred) and current CPR certification. At least 5 years recent primary care, medical-surgical, ER, or ICU/Trauma experience preferred. This position requires excellent assessment skills, good communication, multi-tasking, and attention to detail. Care coordination with medical professionals, school faculty and staff, and the families of cadets is an essential part of this job.

Apply: To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to HR@fuma.org


Development Officer - Pennsylvania

The Development Officer’s primary responsibility is to qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of current and potential donors with the capacity to make gifts of $25,000+. S/he will work collaboratively with the VFMAC President to create and implement fundraising plans that result in major gifts. This is a front-line position which will require extensive regional and national travel.

Summary:
Responsibilities:
- Works a lead donor prospect list, donor cultivation cycle and gift stewardship program to grow new major donors
- Works closely with VFMAC President on a major gifts portfolio to increase number of new donors, donor retention and overall giving; focused on achieving targeted monthly visit, solicitation and revenue goals
- Creates detailed prospect relationship strategies around donor interests and VFMAC priorities
- Assists in researching prospects to determine giving capacity and priorities
- Develops a thorough knowledge of VFMAC history, academic and extracurricular programs, and its faculty, cadets and administration
- Establishes a thorough understanding of the School’s current priorities and initiatives
- Achieves a minimum of 10-12 personal major gift donor visits per month
- Maintains excellent donor contact records in database (Blackbaud eTapestry); entering timely information in the database relevant to assigned prospects; including visit reports, stages, strategies and tasks
- Attends and supports appropriate alumnae and donor engagement events as related to assigned prospects or as needed by the department

Qualifications
Education: Bachelor’s Degree required
Experience: A minimum of 5 years of fundraising experience and leadership, an understanding of industry best practices, and strong familiarity with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures.

Preferred Qualifications:
- Qualified candidates with a strong track record of securing six figure gifts and a history of involvement in large-scale comprehensive campaigns are preferred
- Frequent travel is required throughout the United States
- Fundraising experience in an education setting
- Self-starting strategic thinker whose hallmark qualities include being persistent, being personable and possessing a desire to succeed
- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and an ability to relate to a variety of people of all ages and backgrounds
- A personal commitment to excellence, integrity and the mission of VFMAC
- Availability to work nights and weekends

Minimum Qualifications:
- Candidate must have exceptional communication and interpersonal abilities as well as strong organizational skills
- Must have the ability to work collaboratively with alumni and peers at VFMAC
- Well organized, detail-oriented, a self-starter, creative, ability to write and communicate effectively, ability to manage sensitive information, ability to be flexible and open to change
- Must be able to work evenings and weekends as necessary
- Must have own transportation, be flexible and have the ability to travel as required
- Must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Mail Merge, Excel, donor database software, Internet research, and Outlook
- Ability to carry/push/pull objects less than 30 pounds
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job

Apply: To apply send a resume and cover letter including salary expectations to: hrrecruit@vfmac.edu


Stewardship Officer - Pennsylvania

The Stewardship Officer is responsible for creating, implementing and maintaining Endowed Giving and Planned Giving programs to contribute to the department’s revenue goals. This role will work collaboratively with the Director of Alumni Relations to grow a robust alumni program. This is a front-line position which will require occasional regional and national travel from time to time.

Summary:
Responsibilities:
- Manages a portfolio of targeted alumni givers for annual Forge Fund gifts; works to increase number of recurring monthly and multiple year gift commitments
- Coordinates and grows endowed funds and restricted gifts
- Securing new endowed gifts and insuring current donors are stewarded and receive information that demonstrates the impact of their philanthropy
- Creates and grows a planned giving program
- Increases number of planned gifts made annually and provides stewardship of donors who have already made a commitment to planned giving
- Assists and provides oversight to Director of Alumni Relations in managing alumni communications and engagement; including alumni social media, alumni newsletter and Alumni Weekend
- Responsible for enhancing VFMAC alumni engagement to grow renewed commitment, loyalty and giving to VFMAC as their alma mater
- Works with Regimental Chapters to promote engagement of alumni off campus; increasing membership and number of gatherings
- Identifies, cultivates, and recruits young alumni volunteers to significantly increase their engagement and grow their giving
- Works collaboratively with the Business Office and all alumni groups and associations; attends Alumni Association Board of Directors (AABOD) meetings
- Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
Education: Bachelor’s Degree required
Experience: A minimum of 5 years of fundraising experience and leadership, an understanding of industry ‘best practices,’ and strong familiarity with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures.

Preferred Qualifications:
- Attendance at alumni events is required, including occasional weekend, morning and evening hours
- Occasional travel is required throughout the United States
- Fundraising experience in an education setting
- Self-starting strategic thinker whose hallmark qualities include being persistent, being personable and possessing a desire to succeed
- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and an ability to relate to a variety of people of all ages and backgrounds
- A personal commitment to excellence, integrity and the mission of VFMAC
- Availability to work nights and weekends

Minimum Qualifications:
- Candidate must have exceptional communication and interpersonal abilities as well as strong organizational skills.
- Must have the ability to work collaboratively with alumni and peers at VFMA&C.
- Well organized, detail-oriented, a self-starter, creative, ability to write and communicate effectively, ability to manage sensitive information, ability to be flexible and open to change.
- Must be able to work evenings and weekends as necessary.
- Must have own transportation, be flexible and have the ability to travel as required.
- Must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Mail Merge, Excel, donor database software, Internet research, and Outlook. Experience with; ideally Blackbaud or eTapestry.
- Ability to carry/push/pull objects less than 30 pounds.
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Apply: To apply send a resume and cover letter including salary expectations to: hrrecruit@vfmac.edu


Quartermaster - Georgia

Summary:
The University of North Georgia is currently accepting applications for a Quartermaster on the Dahlonega campus. The Quartermaster will manage the Military Clothing & Sales Store (under the organization and supervision of Auxiliary Services and in coordination with University Bookstore), which carries a variety of merchandise to meet student needs, including uniform issue and supplies for the Corps of Cadets at the University of North Georgia. Work includes determining goods to be offered for resale, assisting in supervising a full time and student staff. The Cadet Corps currently has 750 members.

Located in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia is a multi-campus university with an enrollment of nearly 20,000 students, making it one of the largest institutions in the University System of Georgia. UNG is focused on a mission of educational excellence, leadership development and community engagement opportunities that develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society. Through a variety of educational pathways that provide access and range from certificates and associate degrees to a professional doctoral program, UNG is responsive to regional education and economic development needs. Federally designated as a senior military college, one of the university's signature leadership programs is its 800-member Corps of Cadets on UNG's Dahlonega Campus.


Development Director/ Grant Writer - California

The Director of Development/Grant Writer plans, organizes and manages the development functions of NVMI. Creates and implements an overarching Development Plan to maximize the influx of external funds. Oversees all grant-seeking at the school to prevent duplication of effort, ensure adherence to NVMI policies and goals, and maximize revenue through external sources. In consultation with school administrators and the board of trustees, makes decisions about which grants the school will pursue and sets an ambitious grant-seeking agenda designed to meet the school’s strategic goals. Serves as lead internal consultant to faculty, administrators and board members on grant development. Manages the preparation of complex and varied grants, and develops and implements systems and procedures to ensure successful grant-seeking efforts
at the school.

The incumbent works with a broad range of constituents (internal and external) to identify and respond to resource development needs. Work results impact school, program and department level decisions, budgets and operations.

Summary:
1. Develops and manages a comprehensive NVMI development master plan aligned with the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), WASC Action Plan, and Board Strategic Plan.

2. Manages all development efforts of the school as part of fulfilling the development master plan. Establishes priorities for work assignments, monitors progress, reviews work products and ensures products relative to the development master plan are delivered in a timely manner.

3. Formulates and recommends annual development department budget.

4. In consultation with the Superintendent and Administrative Team, develops and promotes NVMI grant-seeking priorities; ensures that priorities are integrated with the school’s strategic planning goals; serves as a leader for the school’s strategic plan.

5. In consultation with administrators, makes decisions on which grants will be pursued by the school; provides leadership for and implements an aggressive grant development agenda for the school; develops, coordinates and maintains an annual calendar of planned and ad-hoc grant development activities. Facilitates problem-solving processes relating to multiple programs selecting and competing for the same grant/funding source.

6. Directs the preparation of complex and varied grants that support school goals. In collaboration with school administrators and faculty, identifies school needs/problems to be addressed; clarifies grant objectives; and determines scope of grant project.

7. Develops/maintains systems and procedures to ensure the accuracy, validity and timeliness of grants submitted. Edits grant proposals for clarity, accuracy, and strategic approach. Responsible for the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of grants submitted to government agencies and foundations, including adherence to relevant federal, state and local regulations.

8. Plans and implements the Annual Campaign in conjunction with the Parent Coordinator.

9. Serves as lead internal consultant to the Superintendent, other school administrators, faculty and staff regarding grant-seeking and resource development. Monitors changes/trends in the resource development environment (regulatory, political, secondary education, economic, etc.) and determines resulting implications for the school. Serves as internal resource/expert regarding grant development trends, models and best practices; applies relevant information to school resource development efforts; anticipates grant development needs.

10. Develops and maintains external contacts to facilitate funding opportunities. Coordinates and collaborates with other institutions regarding collaborative resource development efforts, including colleges and universities, state and local agencies, non-profit organizations, other K-12 schools, etc.

11. Develops/maintains systems and procedures to ensure school is aware of grant opportunities, processes and awards. Designs and implements opportunities for faculty and staff to develop grant seeking and grant writing skills.

12. Directs the preparation of reports on the school’s grant development activities as required/requested by the board of trustees and school’s administrators.

13. Represents the school at state, regional and national meetings related to areas of resource development.

14. Provides technical assistance to grant project directors, school faculty and managers, and financial services staff to ensure effective grant administration and adherence to relevant government regulations.

15. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in education, public policy, communications, or related field. Five years of experience in successful grant proposal writing and grants management, preferably within a secondary education setting. At least two years of experience supervising staff. Highly effective communication and interpersonal skills are required, including writing, speaking, listening and presentation skills. Must have the ability to communicate effectively with the school’s Board, Superintendent, all levels of management, faculty, and staff and other external individuals and groups.


Commandant of Cadets - Georgia

The University of North Georgia is currently accepting applications for a Commandant of Cadets on the Dahlonega campus. The Commandant of Cadets will be for the operation and functioning of the Corps of Cadets. The Commandant reports to the Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management; and serves as one of two senior military advisors on campus.

Summary:
Located in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia is a multi-campus university with an enrollment of over 19,000 students, making it one of the largest institutions in the University System of Georgia. UNG is focused on a mission of educational excellence, leadership development and community engagement opportunities that develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society. Through a variety of educational pathways that provide access and range from certificates and associate degrees to a professional doctoral program, UNG is responsive to regional education and economic development needs. Federally designated as a senior military college, one of the university's signature leadership programs is its 800-member Corps of Cadets on UNG's Dahlonega Campus.


College Admissions Recruiter - Pennsylvania

The College Admissions Recruiter has the responsibility for assisting with planning, developing, implementing and evaluating multi-channel marketing and recruitment strategies related to enrollment. This position works closely with other Admissions staff to ensure a successful recruitment plan.

Summary:
- Coordinate projects related to recruiting/enrollment and recruitment management including offer programs, open houses, and local fairs.
- Oversee the evaluation of students' applications for admission per existing policies and criteria.
- Advise prospective/recruited students on admissions processes.
- Present reports and analyses of enrollment trends.
- Build and maintain relationships with external partners such as high school guidance counselors.
- Recruiting and contacting prospective college cadets in assigned territories.
- Coordinating and participating in Admissions receptions held in assigned territories.
- Meeting enrollment/recruitment goals through the execution of various approaches.
- Attending special fairs, i.e. college, preparatory and camp.
- Working weekends and evenings when appointments are scheduled or when assigned.
- Traveling to visit prospective students and their families.
- Traveling to visit high schools, colleges, universities, guidance counselors, educational consultants or others who may provide prospective students.
- Keeping a file of prospective students and following up leads in accordance with established territories.
- Maintaining regular office hours during the week when not traveling.
- Assist families through the Financial Aid Process.
- Other duties as deemed appropriate by the Senior Director of Admissions.

Qualifications
- Previous experience with student orientation, recruiting, advising, admissions or other relevant fields.
- Educational, marketing & communications, and/or sales background desirable.

Other/Special
- Served or serving in the military is a plus.
- Dynamic; able to represent and promote the school effectively and enthusiastically; excellent organizational and communications skills.
- Must be able to communicate visually and verbally with applicants and their families.
- Must be good at multi-tasking.
- Also must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook.
- Well-organized, detail oriented, self-starter, ability to write and communicate effectively, ability to handle sensitive information, works well under pressure.
- Strong computer and organizational skills.
- Must be able to think, plan and execute strategically.
- Knowledge of CAMS administrative software is a plus.
- Flexible schedule and willing to travel.
- Understand Customer Service.
- Utilize relationship building techniques.
- Be able to work as a team player.

Schedule
- Full time: Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
- Flexible schedule - may include Saturday or Sunday

Benefits
- BiWeekly Pay, direct deposit is available
- Medical Insurance Benefits
- Vision and dental benefits
- Short Term Disability available
- Life insurance is company paid
- Long Term Disability benefit is company paid
- Paid vacation, holiday and sick time
- Retirement planning options

Education
- Bachelor’s Degree required; Masters preferred.

Apply: To Apply: Please send your resume and salary requirements to HRRecruit@vfmac.edu




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